Plant Nutrition - PlantNutrition Plantnutritionisthestudyof

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Plant nutrition  is the study of  the chemical elements that are  necessary for plant growth. A  nutrient that is able to limit  plant growth  Plant Nutrition
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Plant 
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Introduction 1. Why plant nutrition  important? 2. Essential elements 3. Fertilization for better
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Why is Plant Nutrition  Important? v 3 main reasons 1. To maximize productivity 2. To improve quality 3. To improve human        nutrition
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The basic elements required for plant growth H2O O2 Mineral Nutrients CO2 Sunlight Elements for plant growth
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The three major functions that are  basic to plant growth and  development are: Photosynthesis –  the process of capturing light  energy and converting it to sugar energy, in the  presence of chlorophyll using carbon dioxide and  water. Respiration –  the process of metabolizing (burning)  sugars to yield energy for growth, reproduction ,
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